Monday, August 28, 2006

Right Wing Analyst Tosses Up Sherwood

The Carney Campaign is on the move. They have announced that the right-wing political analyst, Stuart Rothenberg, has moved their battle against adulterer and alleged mistress abuser Donald Sherwood from the leans-R to the tossup column.

Rothenburg, aligned with right-wing sentiments, is nonetheless a highly regarded analyst of Congressional Races. His paid-subscription newsletter is not widely circulated, but is must reading for political journalists and Congressional-Candidate-Committee-types, and for anyone else who depends on the state of the balance of power in the House.

In his analysis, Rothenberg notes that “"Cong. Don Sherwood has had plenty of problems",” and he calls Chris Carney "“an interesting challenger." He says that Sherwood'’s grip on the District is "“tenuous."” Rothenberg concludes that "This is a very interesting Democratic opportunity and a GOP headache in a very Republican district."

In short, this is major good news for the Carney folks. Sherwood, if not on, is stumbling towards the ropes. (That is a picture of not-his-wife, by the way.)

4 comments:

r.moshki said...

Wouldn't it be hopeful if there were "A Million Voices" against fur in add. to the voices for Darfur?

Maybe if a politician said the same thing, it would inject some fresh air into these lifeless campaigns for gov. and senate.

A Big Fat Slob said...

I think that to most people the issue of slaughtering animals merely for the fur is one with which they sypathize, but not one which ignites their passion. People of good faith can disagree over whether that's appropriate.

On the other hand, the Million Voices for Darfur address the slaughter, rape, brutality directed against millions of children, women, men, all innocents. That, I submit, should ignite most passions, but so far this government has been distracted by their incompetent wqaging of an invasion against a country that didn't lift a finger against us and has ignored unspeakable tragedies like Darfur just when our attention could have made a difference.

Anonymous said...

If Animal Rights were packaged as Pets' rights, it might be different.

Darfur shuld be an African or Black cause. If these people don't care, why should anyone else?

Iraq disaster proves that these Kings of All Stem Cells have a contempt for real life second to none.

r.moshki said...

You gotta be careful--moshki made last post.